This isn’t actually a post; more a question I’m thinking through and asking others for any tips on.
So I have a ton of data (short observations I’ve gathered in my ubiquitous text capture system). An item or observation is usually a sentence separated from the next item by a blank line. It’s all in plain text.
So I wanna browse through this and give it some order other than just reverse chronological (I add every new observation to the top of the document).
I was starting to categorize them in plain text but then I started thinking I should really leave the raw data like this, and organize and add metadata (mainly tags I’m thinking) later otherwise the data gets all messy.
I have no idea what else. If I was really fancy I could try to make a way to edit the info (add tags) in browser but probably not worth the commitment. Don’t know how I want to organize or tag this information honestly. What else can I do with all this data?